Sakuraco March 2021 Giveaway Winners Announced!

Share this blog on social media

Share on facebook
Share on pinterest
Share on twitter

Thank you to everyone who has joined our March giveaway!

Hello, Sakuraco family!

How’s everyone doing these days? We certainly hope you guys are healthy and well! Let’s make the day even more exciting with the Sakuraco March Gleam Giveaway winners announcement 🎉!

Let’s see if you are one of the lucky winners on the list below:

  • Joan A
  • Erin D
  • Tammy L
  • Jamie M
  • Angela M
  • Jocelyn H
  • Nicole M
  • Kirstie L
  • Serene S
  • Elizabeth H

Also, every month, we will pick 5 winners of Sakuraco subscribers who left reviews on Facebook, TrustPilot, Sitejabber, and Reviews.io. Here are the winners for Sakuraco March 2021 Reviewer Contest:

  • Jessica H
  • Sarah W
  • Kimbra P
  • Isabel U
  • Tory D

Massive congratulations to the winners of our March Gleam Giveaway and Reviewer Contest! Our team will contact you very soon, so please check your emails (for the Giveaway winners) and your Facebook inbox/email/Sitejabber message (for the Reviewer Contest winners) regularly.

Haven’t won yet? Worry not – we have another Giveaway and Reviewer Contests lined up for you! Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media accounts and if you’ve subscribed to Sakuraco, don’t forget to leave a review for a chance to win the contest. Good luck 🍀!

Enjoy New Japanese Sweets, Snacks & Tea Every Month

Starting from $32.50USD

3 Responses

    1. Hi Kim! Unfortunately, the April “Matcha Memories” box is no longer available. That said, please be on the lookout for more matcha treats in our upcoming boxes! There’s always something new on the way!

    2. Heya Kim! You can also buy some individual treat from the Matcha Moment on Japan Haul! There’s a curated tab with most of them under the FOOD tab!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Enjoy New Japanese Sweets, Snacks & Tea Every Month

Starting from $32.50USD

Related Articles

A Guide to a Perfect Seven Days in Kyushu

Kyushu, Japan, is more often than not overlooked by many tourists in favor of more popular spots like Tokyo and Osaka. But Kyushu is a hidden gem, being home to one of the friendliest populations and most breathtaking scenery in Japan.

Nagasaki – Kyushu’s Sugar Road

When Portuguese missionaries first arrived on Tanegashima island in 1543, it wasn’t long before a national obsession with sugar was born.